Referendum day is a long day

Rose, Richard (2016) Referendum day is a long day. The UK in a Changing Europe.

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Abstract

For people who can’t wait for the referendum campaign to be over, postal voting offers quick relief. At last year’s general election, one in six cast a postal ballot. Postal ballots should arrive shortly to those who have requested them. More than a fortnight before polling day millions can endorse Remain, Leave or spoil their ballot by writing ‘Confused’.